South Bend woman sentenced for distributing meth
A South Bend woman was sentenced in federal court for distributing more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, according to the US Attorney's Office.
Freda Binder, 43, was sentenced to 60 months in prison and 4 years supervised release.
Binder was accused of selling methamphetamine on three occasions in October and November 2018.
In the first sale she sold four ounces of meth for $1800, the second involved four ounces for $2000 and the final sale was four ounces for $1,000, reports said.
Two other defendants in related cases have already been sentenced. Kenneth Sanders was sentenced to 120 months and Maurice Sylvester was sentenced to 130 months.